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Need info on UltiController LCD

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Hi Everybody,

My UltiController for my UM Original is slowly burning out... the patch of whiteness has spread as to where I can only remember where the correct wheel position is to preheat and print.

I would like to replace the LCD ONLY, planning on desoldering the current one and soldering in the replacement.

Most of this stuff is open sourced, so I was hoping somebody here would know the specs/part number for this LCD somewhere? Perhaps knowledge on where to find one?

Please let me know if you do!

Much appreciated,

Richard

 

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Hi Richard,

You should find the valuable info here:

https://github.com/Ultimaker/UltimakerOriginal/tree/master/1146_Ultipanel_Rev_1.1/Ultipanel%201.1

The file Ultipanel rev1.1 partslist.xls contains the lcd reference (click on it then on the raw button to download the file).

This is the info i found:

DS1

 

532-6818

 

Displaytech 204A-CC-BC-3LP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

lcd screen Blue/White, soldered with header 2.54 mm

 

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It can have something to do with static discharges. If I recall correctly, this is why we added nylon screws and a protection plate to the controller for the UMO+. So if you want to prevent this in the future, have a look at what we did there.

 

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Hi Richard,

You should find the valuable info here:

https://github.com/Ultimaker/UltimakerOriginal/tree/master/1146_Ultipanel_Rev_1.1/Ultipanel%201.1

The file Ultipanel rev1.1 partslist.xls contains the lcd reference (click on it then on the raw button to download the file).

This is the info i found:

DS1 532-6818 Displaytech 204A-CC-BC-3LP lcd screen Blue/White, soldered with header 2.54 mm

 

Thanks a lot! I'm sorry I'm just getting back around to this but I'll look up the part!

 

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